Marcel Dupré plays Carillon at St Sulpice





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Published on Jul 4, 2008

Marcel Dupré plays his own Carillon from Sept Pieces (Opus 27) in St Sulpice, Paris. This stereo recording from the Mercury label was made in 1959, the transfer was made from mint condition LPs (not master tapes) to CD by those clever people at Haydn House.

The transfers from the LP are nothing short of remarkable, considering the master tapes are either lost or unavailable. I will put up the Final from Sept Piéces and a Prelude and Fugue Op36 from the same CD another time.

In due course I will put up some relatively unknown recordings by Yves Devernay, Thierry Esciach, Leonce de St Martin, Pierre Cochereau, Xaver Varnus, Pierre Pincemaille and Jean Guillou amongst others.

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